CHAPTER II. —THE CHURCH
Section 1.—Scripture Narrative.
 Books and references on the Council at Jerusalem: — Moshemii Institutiones Majores, p. 269. Commentarii, pp. 155, 169. Buddaeus, Ecclesia Apostolica, chap. 4. Buddaeus, Isagoge, Lib. 2., chap. 5., sect. 3., p. 741. Parker, De Politica Ecclesiastics, Lib. In, chap. 13. Boehmeri Dissertationes Juris Ecclesiastici Antiqui; Diss. 3., pp. 98, 218, commented on by Mosheim, Inst. Maj. 264. —Rutherford, Peaceable Plea, chap. 14., p. 199. —Rutherford, Due Right of Presbyteries, pp. 355‑380, et seq. —Divine Right of Church Government. Jus Div. Reg. Eccles. By London Ministers, chap. 14 and 15. —Wood’s Answer to Lockyer, and books referred to there. Part ii., sec. 8., p. 302. —Cotton’s Keys of the Kingdom of Heaven, chap. 6. and chap. 7., Prop. 4. —Gillespie’s Assertion of the Government of the Church of Scotland. —Brown’s Vindication of the Presby terian Form of Church Government; Lect. 8 and 12. —Carson’s Reply to do.; Lect. 10. —Davidson’s Ecclesiastical Polity of the New Testament; Lect. 7. —Wardlaw on Congregational Independency, chap. 6. —Heidegger, in his ‘Libertas Christianorum a Lege Cibaria,’ gives a full commentary upon the whole chapter.
 Others besides Congregationalists have sanctioned this view. Dr Pusey contends that, “being the result of full inspiration, it forms no precedent at all.” —The Councils of the Church, chap. 1, p. 33.
 Wardlaw on Congregational Independency, p. 278. Davidson on the Ecclesiastical Polity of the New Testament; Lect. 8, p. 317.